The Life of Michael Zomber as Writer and a Historian

Michael Zomber is a man of many talents. He has ventured in several fields that go along with his unwavering interests as a writer and an antique collector. Having attained a bachelor’s degree in English literature and psychology from the University of Illinois in addition to a master’s degree in English literature at UCLA, Mr. Zomber has garnered enough skills that have helped him achieve success in his career choice as both a writer and a historian.

He has made some ground-breaking appearances in the writing platform having produced major novels like A Child of the Civil War novel, Soul of the Samurai and the Shogun Iemitsu. These pieces of literature found audiences far and wide around the globe for their authentic depiction of the samurai in Japanese culture. The novel is available in flagship stores in the world such as Amazon. Jesus and The Samurai is also one of his famous works in the non-fiction genre. His authoritative knowledge of the samurai culture has influenced him to collect the antique samurai collection among his other collections of the ancient history. He has chronicled them in his writings about the Samurai swords.

In addition to the novels, Mr. Zomber’s appearances have also been appreciated in several scripts. Inspired by the passion to preserve the past and invaluable cultures, he has associated with many great minds to protect his deep interest in history and also expand his knowledge in these fields. As a producer, Michael has helped come up with unique characters and script borrowing intimately from cultures such as the Japanese culture which has been quite complicated for most people.

As a collector, Michael Zomber also ventured in the gun collection and weaponry where he was recognized and became the guest historian for most American Tales of the Gun series. He has acquired explicit knowledge on the revolution of guns driven by his passion for them. Mr. Zomber has joined humanitarian organizations advocating for world peace such as UNICEF and Doctors without Borders.

Besides putting his focus on his career, Michael Zomber also has a family of a wife and two kids and lives in the outskirts of Philadelphia. This displays his sense of responsibility for being able to balance family life as well as the dynamic and demanding world of literature.

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